(1) Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (2) Encyclopædia of the Philosophical Sciences (3) Evolution by Cooperation (4) The Science of the Sciences (5) Probleme der Entwicklung des Geistes (6) Naturphilosophische Plaudereien

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  title={(1) Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (2) Encyclop{\ae}dia of the Philosophical Sciences (3) Evolution by Cooperation (4) The Science of the Sciences (5) Probleme der Entwicklung des Geistes (6) Naturphilosophische Plaudereien},
  author={A. E. Crawley},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={93},
  pages={55-56}
}
PLATO dreamed of a dialectic that should be the science of the sciences, and philosophers have often assumed that philosophy is the essence of knowledge, into which are distilled the results of empirical research. Metaphysical logic may be considered to assist science by suggesting new modes of generalisation, new points of view for classified facts. Darwin's theory of natural selec tion was a philosophical view; so is Bergson's estimate of mind. Every -ism is of this nature; Weismannism and… Expand
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